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About Carmen Viana

Carmen Viana


The Great Revelation of the

Genetic Quantum Leap


Gen Isis Quantum Leap

Carmen Viana, a pioneer in the discovery of the technique for accessing and reprogramming cellular memory, was born in Rio de Janeiro, where she began her studies to find answers to the "paradoxes of life." How to explain so much suffering, pain, anguish, illness, and punishment, and have to accept them passively, with the simple promise of maybe... one day, entering the "kingdom of heaven"?

Still very young and influenced by her grandfather, a member of the Theosophical Society, she began reading Helena Petrovna Blavatsky's "The Secret Doctrine" at the age of 8, and since then, her investigations have taken her through various paths, seeking to find a Universal constant that explains the mystery of human existence.

At the age of 17, she began an in-depth study of religions and sciences, and her great attraction to the exact sciences led her to enroll in the Pedro II Human Sciences Faculty to study physics.

In the 1970s, she moved to the United States, continuing her quest. She studied psychology, philosophy, and genetic engineering, attending renowned institutions such as C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago – USA, American Society for Psychical Research, Inc. – USA, Monroe Institute – USA, Light Institute – USA. She became a member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago – USA and the Noetic Science Institute – USA, Theosophic Society, Madras – India, Institute for Psychical Research, USA, among many others, also graduating in metaphysics at the University of Metaphysics – Los Angeles, California – USA.

She traveled to Tibet, India, Republic of Mali, Israel, among other places, to deeply research new doctrines, new peoples, new customs, and new religions to complement her knowledge.

And after 30 years of research and a permanent pilgrimage, Carmen arrived at her great discovery:

The Genetic Quantum Leap


Gen Isis Quantum Leap

The Path of the Inner Universe

"Know thyself, leave to God the mysteries that please Him: Man is the only study that Men need"

Alexander Pope 17th-century British Poet